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Subject: I was at this show
Great to hear this again. Was a highlight that Sumer.
Subject: 1973 Honey Pot
I've been listening to '73 shows for a month straight & find them hard to surpass. Don't want to debate issue, bit Bill The Drummer & Keith's piano make for a great jazz based quintet Tight, crisp, full of youth & great new songs! This show is wonderful. 'Mr. Charlie told me so...'
Chris U. -
Dude is righteous all the way through but just listen to his contributions to the Bird Song from 8:20 on.
grateful greensky -
Subject: Here we go Hipee
every time I think I have heard the best early 70's show another one changes my mind. cannot decide what year is my favorite just what year is my favorite right now,and now is 73 Lovin' every note. Grateful to all involved
the Phil bombs in Playin' are worth the listen alone! also, you can hear Phil kind of teasing Fire on the Mountain---maybe just a coincidental four-year foreshadowing, but to me, it sounds similar--for a second or two(~05:39-05:40).
Gorgeous recording of an all-time classic. It's all great but that He's Gone>Truckin' is absolutely epic and must be heard.
Mr. Fennario -
Subject: Thanks Charlie!
This a a masterful upgrade to a titan of a show. Excellent job CM ! And thanks for all your work for all fans, everywhere.
Subject: a loss for words
Oh MY F*****n God did you see the 6/22/1973 ???
Jones Encore Johnny B...
at a loss for words...
Big Railroad Blues
He's Gone -> Truckin' -> Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam -> Bass Solo -> Jam -> The Other One -> Wharf Rat -> Sugar Magnolia Casey Jones Encore J be Good
BASS SOLO !!!!!!!!!!!!
What a great DAY !!!!!!!
Subject: Guitar tones
Both Jerry and Bob's guitars are captured on this recording so nicely. Just listen to Black Peter. I seriously think this might be the best recording I've heard here. Oh yeah, the jams are top notch Dead at their best.
I've listened to all of the soundboards of this show (at least the ones available on the Archive) and this one has the most "distracting" Birdsong. I know the song had edits to be made but I'm wondering why Mr. Miller choose to edit it the way he did?
I am in no way trying to diminish your impeccable sound engineering skills, Mr. Miller. Simply making an observation.
With that said, the overall quality of this soundboard is superior to the others available. The EQ is just right and Charlie has done a beautiful job of bringing the entire cast of characters into the spotlight, which is exactly where they belong.
I listen to a lot of '73 (some might say too much), and this is among my top five default shows. Life changing playing throughout.
Exellent both in performance and sound quality. Thanks Charlie.
Subject: Playin in the band
Amazing playing in the band, very unique spacey feel to it. check it out. the whole show is great. one of my favorite shows from 73, oh and the birdsong is great as well.
Subject: Phil goes for gold
The bass solo in the Truckin' jam makes this show a keeper. Playing is nicely spaced out as well. Enjoy the classic 73' Dead sound found within.
Subject: The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" June 22, 1973 at the P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
A fine show from the PNE Coliseum to add to your 1973 GRATEFUL DEAD collection.
The sound man dials in the sound during the first few songs...
A very unique and interesting "Playin' In The Band", unlike any I've ever heard before, a one of a kind. The Vancouver audience gets lucky this night.
Intense, mellow, deliberate, relaxed, focused, smooth, are some of the ways I'd describe this show. It gets better as it goes along.
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I don't think Dick is going to Pick this one and commercially release it, so it will be on the IA a while.
It's not the Fillmore East, or West, but it is a GRATEFUL DEAD concert.
Eat, Drink, Be Merry and Listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD.
Thanks for the Love.
PS: Cliff Hucker...ROFLMFAO. If you don't like my reviews, don't read them....(___0___).
Subject: Alltime Favorite Show
I got my first copy of this show in the 70's and am as blown away by it today as when I first heard it. It continues to improve in fidelity (Many many thanks to C.M. Aloha Bra) and it is just a mind blowing show. In my opinion there are completely unique and best ever versions of many of what was played in B.C. that fine summer night 36 yrs. ago. Many thanks to Archive and of course The Grateful Dead.
Subject: china cat
fantastic china cat.
unfortunately havent listened to anything else yet.
Cliff Hucker -
Subject: Best Bird Song ever?
It might be!
So whats up with oh_uh_um_ah? He's like a dog lifting his leg on everything he walks by but leaves nothing behind.
This is a fantastic show and nice upgrade. (98+ pts)
Lovely evening. Sugar Mag seems special, but maybe it's just the current alignment.
Subject: laid back
This is a take yer time, stretch out & explore kinda show. I grew up here in the Pacific Northwest, went to shows back then, traded tapes with locals who recorded nearby. This laid-back approach defined GRATEFUL DEAD out here in the West, and VANCOUVER '73 is in the top three (along with SEATTLE '74 & PORTLAND '76).
One of a kind bass solo, sensitive piano, and now thanks to Charlie crisp soundboard vocals.